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The Mob Museum

300 Stewart Avenue
702-229-2734

About Us:

The Mob Museum, The National Museum of Organized Crime and Law Enforcement, is a 501(c) 3 nonprofit dedicated to the history of organized crime and law enforcement. It is a world-class destination in downtown Las Vegas located steps from Fremont Street.

The Mob Museum provides a world-class, interactive journey through true stories. From the birth of the Mob, to today’s headlines. Shadows and whispers. G-Men and Made Men. Whether you like it or not, this is American history. This eye-opening, authentic view of organized crime’s impact on the world reveals an insider’s look at the events and characters of the continuing battle between the Mob and the law.

Real stories are brought to life with engaging, multi-sensory exhibits and unparalleled insights from those on the front lines of both sides of the battle. The Museum offers a provocative, contemporary look at this fascinating topic through hundreds of artifacts and immersive storylines. We bring Mob stories to life so completely, you’ll feel like you’re part of them. But hey—you didn’t hear it from us.



Reviews

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Monday, July 23, 2018
Oh this place was awesome. So informative & hands on. It's a must see when in Vegas. Also the staff was great. Really friendly atmosphere. You are free to take photos & videos, just no flash. Lots of things to see & an interactive forensics area as well. 😁

marj1st

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Wednesday, July 4, 2018
What a comprehensive, educational and comfortable hidden gem! Split into three levels incorporating criminal syndication history and the evolving government agencies, this place flows smoothly. Exhibits have short films, artifacts, touch screens, interactive displays and an excellent gift shop to boot. It's so interesting and varied, you forget you're learning. The staff is friendly and very well educated! Very well done!

Felicia Coughlin

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Thursday, Aug. 2, 2018
The museum was a pretty cool place to visit. It's a self-guided tour with three levels. There are a ton of things to read throughout the museum. There are areas where you can interact with the displays by selecting buttons and such. There is one point where you are able to go into the old courtroom and watch a video about the mob trials which was pretty cool. The only negative is that it is a bit expensive. There are student, teacher, military, and senior discounts but even with that just the basic admission was $20. I would recommend this place for kids older than 13 just because there's a lot of reading and small children just wouldn't be interested.

Timothy McTigue

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Monday, July 23, 2018
I have been wanting to go here since it opened and finally got the opportunity the other day, it was really cool. We also had the opportunity to try the moonshine and vodka they make in the still in the basement. The moonshine and vodka were good. The history in the building, it being the old Federal Courthouse and Post Office was a lot of fun. Learning about the mob and being able to hold a Tommy Gun was very interesting.

Joey Moisica

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Sunday, July 1, 2018
The Mob Museum near Fremont Street was much larger than I expected! We first started in the downtown bar/speakeasy/distillery and were very impressed. Everything was very informative, the cocktails were authentic, and the best part was being able to sample the fresh moonshine! Beyond the basement, we made our way to the third floor and worked our way down to street level. I will say that the amount of information and opportunities for learning at this museum is incredible. Facts about the mob, their stories, origins, schemes, and eventual downfall can be found on every inch of the exhibit. The only thing I was left wanting was more opportunity for engagement. More hands-on type things would have kept my interest a little better, but the museum is well-thought-out nonetheless.

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